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overdiagnosing adhd and overmedicating our kids? dr. sanjay gupta is joining us. an uproar in a plant in tucson by giving away free shotguns. mark kelly and his wife gabby giffords nearly died. he is standing by to join us. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. bjorn earns unlimited rewards for his small business. take these bags to room 12 please. [ garth ] bjorn's small business earns double miles on every purchase every day. produce delivery. [ bjorn ] just put it on my spark card. [ garth ] why settle for less? ahh, oh! [ garth ] great businesses deserve unlimited rewards. here's your wake up call. [ male announcer ] get the spark business card from capital one and earn unlimited rewards. choose double miles or 2% cash back on every purchase every day. wha
. an uproar in a plant in tucson by giving away free shotguns. mark kelly and his wife gabby giffords nearly died. he is standing by to join us. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] nothing gets you going quite like the power of quaker oats. today is going to be epic. quaker up. >>> no one was expected to see this. duke faced off in the regional final. with less than seven minutes to go, they went up and landed the wrong way, breaking his lower right leg in two place where is a shin bone broke through the skin in an injury too gruesome to show. his teammates watched from the bench several feet away. you can see them recoil in horror. he was rushed to the hospital where he had two hours of surgery where he reset his leg. he is said to be in good spirits, but has a long recovery ahead of him. our chief correspondent sanjay gupta is here to tell us more about this injury. we want to talk about startling new numbers on attention deficit hyper activity disorder. the injury first. what exactly happened? >> well, it's a pretty unusual type of injury. he is obviously a big guy. he jumped far hor
our kids? dr. sanjay gupta is joining us. an uproar in a plant in tucson by giving away free shotguns. mark kelly and his wife gabby giffords nearly died. he is standing by to join us. j. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. it's lots of things. all waking up. ♪ becoming part of the global phenomenon we call the internet of everything. ♪ trees will talk to networks will talk to scientists about climate change. cars will talk to road sensors will talk to stoplights about traffic efficiency. the ambulance will talk to patient records will talk to doctors about saving lives. it's going to be amazing. and exciting. and maybe, most remarkably, not that far away. the next
zimmerman, who was killed in the tucson shooting and 2011. then, the weekly addresses with president obama and south carolina senator tim scott. after that, a discussion on the future of the civil rights movement. >> she was very bright. she was very political. which is why she and lincoln got together in the first place. she spoke several languages fluently. she was extremely well educated. she had all these things going for her. series ofd suffered a tremendous emotional blows. >> three of her four children died. white house.he the other shortly after her husband's assassination. the kinds of grief this woman was going through our amazing. she was demonized for that. people thought she was crazy. we found that she was not crazy. mary todd was a very significant person. i hope someday we get a better view of the range of things that influenced her life, not just the tragedy. >> more on mary todd lincoln, in our conversation with historians and you. c-span radio and c- span.org. >> gabriel zimmerman was a congressional aide to former arizona congresswoman gabby giffords. he was killed in t
a recurring guest on this program because she is the woman that helped tackle the shooter in the tucson massacre when he had to reload. also, rocks anna green, the mother of christina taylor green who was murdered in that tucson parking lot that day. christina taylor green would be alive if he fired only ten bullets instead of 33. we'll get her reaction about what happened today. because of a republican procedural road block, all of the amendments voted on today required 60 votes to pass. after the votes, president obama flanked by family members and a former congressman who was shot in the head, the president tried to explain to americans why their democracy isn't always a democracy. >> a few months ago, in response to too many tragedies, including the shootings of a united states congresswoman, gabby giffords, who is here today, and the murder of 20 innocent school children and their teachers. this court country took up the cause of preventing more gun violence. families who know unspeakable grief summoned the courage to petition their elected leaders. not just to honor the memory of
zimmerman congressional aide to gabrielle giffords. he was killed in the tucson shooting in which the congressman was wounded. five other people were also killed that day. on tuesday, a room was dedicated to zimmerman in the u.s. capitol and visitor center. this is just over an hour. afternoon, everyone. welcome to the united states capitol. before begin begin our program, -- before we began our program. and joinld rise together in a moment of silence for the victims of this attack. thank you. resolution house 364, the visitor center room 215 of the capital visitors center has been designated to gabriel zimmerman. we've placed a commemorative plaque. this is dedicated in the memory of gabriel zimmerman, who was shot and killed serving the people of arizona. out his duties as a native of gabrielle giffords. his dedication inspires all of us to love each other as a fellow human beings and assistance of a caring nation. we're honored to be joined by the vice-president of the united states. we're grateful for the members of congress who are here. his colleagues, friends, and loved one
tucson, arizona, tucson police department, 140 miles away from phoenix, away from luke air force base, and he said that they had a john doe, anonymous caller call in a few minutes earlier, and said that he knew who killed those monks up there in phoenix, and so he was going to have another conversation with him, but he wanted to call in, make sure the sheriff's office up in phoenix knew about this. that was the second lead. two leads, 510 and 511, and in the meanwhile, we've got the officers traveling at high speeds with red lights flairing all the way from phoenix to tucson to talk to the person who called in on lead 511. well, the man in tucson told the tucson police department that his name was john, admitted to s an ail yens, and later, he said his name was kelsi, and then he told them it was lawrence, and much later, hours later, he told them it was chelsea lawrence. by then, the two officers, the two deputies from phoenix arrived in tucson, and they were somewhat surprised to go to his address, which was the tucson psychiatric institute, a mental hospital in tucson. the caller w
. when tragedy struck a committee in our country and tucson, arizona, that took the lives of six people, including one of our own, gabriel zimmerman, a hard-working, devoted staffer to a friend and former colleague, gabrielle giffords of arizona's eighth congressional district. gabe zimmerman served as a cabbie's community outreach director and was perfectly suited for this position as anyone who knew him would tell you. having had the privilege of meeting him several times, i would agree. that's because working as a committee outrage directed marriage to great passions in his life. his desire to help individuals and firm conviction that america's government be open, accessible and responsive to every american to ask any member of congress hear what is on onef the most valuable possessions in her office, and we will tell you it is our community outreach director. these people oriented professionals listen each and every day to the concerns of our constituents, the problems, their suggestions, their complaints in the network to help them. the hours are long gone nights and weekends at ho
traveling at high speeds with red lights glaring all the way i from phoenix to tucson -- all the way from phoenix to tucson to talk to the person who'd called in on lead 511. well, the man in tucson told the tucson police department that his name was john, which he admitted was an alias. later, in a second conversation, he told them his name was kelsey, and then he told them it was lawrence, and much later, hours later he told them it was kelsey lawrence. by then the two officers, the two deputies from phoenix had arrived in tucson and were somewhat surprised to go to his address which was the tucson psychiatric institute. that's a mental hospital in tucson. the caller was a patient in the hospital. he didn't work there, he was a patient. he was in there because of relatively serious mental problems. they interviewed him in the presence of one of the hospital nurses, and he told them that he and four of his friends -- that was the first story, four -- had done these crimes. and he offered to tell them in whatever detail they wanted to know whatever it is that they wanted to know. they ask
was a police officer from tucson from the tucson police department. it's 140 miles away from phoenix and away from luke air force base. and he said that they had a john doe an anonymous caller colin a few minutes earlier and said that he knew who killed those monks of their. so he was going to have another conversation with him but he wanted to call in and make sure the sheriff's office knew about this. that was the second lead so they have these two leads, 510 and 511. meanwhile, they got the officers traveling at high. >> all the way from phoenix to tucson to talk to the person who called in on the 511. the man in tuscon told the tucson police department that his name was john which he admitted was an alias. later in a second conversation he told them his name was kelsey and then he told them it was lawrence and much later, hours later, he told them it was lawrence. by then the two officers in the two deputies from phoenix had arrived in tucson and were somewhat surprised to go to the address which was the tucson psychiatric institute, a mental hospital in tucson. the caller was a patient a
congressional aid gabe zimmerman killed in the tucson shootings in 2011. on the next "washington journal," nbc news senior political editor mark murray looks at the potential political impact of the bombings in boston and what's ahead for congressional action on guns and immigration. ill braniff, director of the anti-terrorism group talks about terrorism. and a report on torture by the united states. "washington journal," live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> the f-35 is the most expensive weapons system in the history of the united states. history of mankind, quite frankly. it is an advanced warplane, a fighter jet that is to be used by the air force, the navy and the marine kerp. it's the replacement for the f-16 for the air force, for a number of other planes for the marines and navy. supposed to be our new, advanced, all-purpose fighter jet. it was a plane that was supposed to be in the skies fighting now. still in development. it's an incredibly troubled program. it's a program that has gone tens of billions of dollars over budget and i burrowed into this program as a way to write about
speeches that barack obama has ever given as president of the united states. newtown families and tucson survivors standing with the president at the white house when he made those remarks. many of them today were looking on in the senate as the background checks bill was filibustered. there's a lot to explain what happened there in that story and what happens next. this is, clearly, the biggest policy story in this president's second term thus far, by far it is. but also in the midst of all of this, still today, the country is riveted to the continuing news out of boston after the bombing of the boston marathon two days ago. the first thing you need to know what happened today in the news about boston is some of what you may have heard today out of boston was flat-out wrong. >> again, i have a boston source, fran townsend has a second source, in fact, an arrest has been made on wednesday. here's what fran's source said, an arrest has been made based on two different videos showing images of the suspect. i was told the video enhancement showed a dark-skinned male placing the package at t
another very warm, if not hot, day from phoenix to tucson all the way into vegas. that's your national forecast. now here's a look at the weat b warm day for you. 82 and sunny. >>> doesn't look like many chances of rain, but it looks like hot temperatures will go away a little bit. >> it is always nice in the west. but it's especially nice right now. >> especially compared to the snow that's coming for denver. >> thank you, bill karins. >>> stocks on a tear as the government reports a rare surplus. >>> the public is one step closer to traveling through space. >>> and it was chosen as the world's best restaurant. they might have a table for you. when "early today" returns in two minutes. >>> welcome back. defense lawyers are asking jurors to find courage in the trial of an abortion doctor. gosnell faces capital murder charges in the deaths of four babies that prosecutors say were born alive, then killed at his clinic. >>> former south african president nelson mandela said to be in good health and high spirits following a recent hospital stay. country leaders visited the 94-year-old mond
.c., hoping to shame senators who are apparently shameless. the mother of a victim of the tucson massacre joins us. >>> the drug war it is deeply unpopular, it costs too much and makes nonviolent americans into criminals so why is it still going on? because prisons are big business. naacp president ben jealous joins us to describe how we throw drug users in jail while the wall street crooks are completely sober. you won't hear much in the mainstream media about bradley manning or his trial but the controversial parliamentary to released the wikileaks collateral video is visiting america and he joins us in studio. today is the birthday of, there he is again the brilliant tv programming executive jeff zucker, also the birthday of former congressman joe scarborough who works for another brilliant news network and it is the birthday of mitt romney supporter jenna jameson. she's not as rich as mitt but he's given out way more jobs. this is "viewpoint." >> john: good evening i'm john fuglesang. this is "viewpoint." now, it looks like there will be at least one vote in the senate this week on a
, poisoned, hometown talks andan tragedies. my name is terry nordbrock. i wastr a librarian with the tucson pima public library unti it became an activist in 2001 i after my two year old son was a diagnosed with leukemia. we met other families in the shot of the kenya cluster and we were active and not investigation and the controversy around that issue. i left the field of librarianship and nonexecutive director of the national disease clusters lands and we are a nonprofit working to prevent environmental tragedies like the ones you hear about today. discovery links between environmental exposure and disease is challenging. however, it can be done and it must be done and if we have the proper tools, communication, respect for communities and sites about we can do it. it is an honor to serve today as the panel for this discussion. so thank you all for coming. so first up, it is my pleasure to introduce kristin iversen, author of "full body burdon: growing up in the nuclear shadow of rocky flats". kristin's memoir reveals family secret and government secrets in the fact we are not safe from
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killed in the tucson, arizona, shooting. gabby giffords and her husband, mark kelly, attended this one out a thin. we hear from house speaker john boehner, nancy pelosi, and arizona senator jeff flake. good afternoon, everyone. welcome to the united states capitol. before we begin our program, all of you know about the tragedy in boston that took the lives of innocent americans and left many others in serious condition. so if you at all rise and join together in a moment of silence for the victims of this attack. thank you all. pursuant to house resolution 364, the house visitor center room 215 of the capitol visitor center has been designated to gabriel zimmerman meeting were. they are placing commemorative plaque that you all season. this meeting and is dedicated in memory of gabe zimmerman who was shot and killed serving the people of arizona, while carrying out his duties as an aide to representative gabby giffords. his dedication to community and to the democratic process inspires all of us to help each other as fellow human beings and as citizens of a caring nation. we are honore
is that no background check would have prevented the straj diin newtown or tucson -- tucson. >>> a guy stole a gun from his mother. kill herd to get guns none of these thin woz have changed that. >> if passed it would not require background checks but california does require that. we have one of the strictest gun laws in the nation. >> since the school shooting in gutown, gun control has been debated extensively. some debate and others have been buying up guns and ammunition. >> i have a quick demonstration here for you. if you want to buy one and walked into this store you can't get it. it's several weeks on back order. ammunition is now about 30% more expensive than it was about six months ago. >>> farhan stopped in just a few minute asks and surprised to see price autos i don't own any guns where we have assault weapons. it's a regular shotgun. >> keeping the shelves stocked has become a six day per week effort. >> they're calling saying do you have something in stock? you're calling in favors and saying what do you have? >> you'll see ammunition is in short supply throughout the bay area and countr
needed to do something after aurora. everybody talked about we needed to do something after tucson. and i'm assuming that the emotions that we've all felt since newtown, the emotions that we've all felt since tucson and aurora and chicago, the pain we feel with these families and families all across the court who have lost a loved one to gun violence, i'm assuming that's not a temporary thing. i'm assuming our expressions of grief and our commitment to do something different to prevent these things from happening are not empty words. i believe we're going to be able to get this done. sooner or later, we're going to get this right. the memories of the children. >> how could they vote against background checks. the six republicans who supported background checks and now changed their mind was it that the changed president and so committed to giving him a defeat you would sacrifice the safety of your constituents? thank you for watching. i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. >> hot pursuit. this is "hardball." >> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. there have been potenti
about how we have to change something after tucson. emotions that we all felt since newtown, the emotions that we have felt in tucson, aurora, i'mcago, a pain that we share assuming that is not a temporary thing. i'm assuming our expressions of grief and our commitment to do something different to prevent these things from happening are not empty words. i believe we will be able to get this done. this right. demand it and so do the american people. thank you, everyone. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] national captioning institute] >> the f35 is the most expensive weapons system in the history of mankind. it is an advanced warplane, fighter jet that is to be used by the air force, navy, marine corps. it is the replacement for the air force, a number of other planes, marines and navy. it is supposed to be the new, advanced all-purpose fighter jet. a plane that was supposed to be in the skies fighting now. it is still in development. an incredibly troubled program. a program that has gone tens of billions of dollars over budget. borrowed into the progra
, jared loughner, the shooter in tucson. in most of the cases, they have received life in prison, rather than the death penalty. >> that's right. all of the high-profile clients. pamela brown in massachusetts. while the investigation continues here in boston, around new england. federal investigators want to know if tamerlan tsaranev knew a man named william. we have more details. what do we know about this man? >> reporter: good morning. william plotnikov. a boxer turned jihadist. it's a similar narrative if you like what is believed to have happened to the accused bomber. he was born in russia. moved to canada as a teenager with his family. and some time after that, his family said he was radicalized in canada. and returned to russia, to dagestan, and fought as a militant. he was there for the same six-month period in early july 2012, as tamerlan tsaranev. he was killed by russian forces in july 2012. only days before tamerlan tsaranev left russia and returned to the united states. so, investigators have said they are looking into whether there is any connection between these two men.
is the tucson sector. and you say yuma has got it right. what does that mean, that there is operational control? can you explain what that means in layman's terms to the viewers out there? >> yes, i was in both the yuma sector and the tucson secotor last week and there is a difference. in the yuma sector, people still get through, but our border patrol and other agents have a reasonable expectation of catching them. that's probably the best explanation of what operational control means. you'll never stop everyone from coming through and you have a lot of commerce, legal commerce, that happens at the border as well. so when people talk about having a sealed border, weigh don't need a sealed border. we need a secure border. that's what we have in yuma. we're quite a ways from that in the tucson sector. >> and when that is done, that would trigger the pathway to citizenship? >> yes. first, we've got to get, as you mentioned, some kind of metrics from the department of homeland security. in a recent report that they had, increased apprehensions was used in one part of the report to indicate that we
what happens in real life? the shooter who opened fire in tucson when he tried to kill congressman gabby giffords. he did so with a high capacity magazine. he had a bullet in the chamber and he had 30 bullets in the magazine. he shot 31 rounds. he was stopped only when he tried to reload. the size of his magazine determined how many bullets he could fire before he was stopped. he had 30 plus the one in chamber and that was it for him. the shooter who opened fire in sandy hook elementary school in december did so with high capacity magazines. he fired 154 bullets in less than five minutes. the use of high capacity magazines that allow somebody to fire that many bullets in so short a time has been central to the sandy hook parents' argument for why we ought to change the law. >> we have learned that in the time it took him to reload in one of the classrooms, 11 children were able to escape. we asked ourselves everyday, every minute, if those magazines had held ten rounds, forcing the shooter to reload at least six more times, would our children be alive today? >> would our children b
too often. after tucson, after aurora, after hurricane sandy, more recently after newtown. as with those other terrible events now is the time for coming together. the service uniting religious leaders and people of all different faiths in one common prayer. >> to repair our broken world. we cannot do it as a collection of individuals. we can only do it together. >> reporter: as we mentioned before, immediately following the service, both the president and first lady michelle obama stopped at hospitals to visit with the wounded and their families. for many, the key to healing from the attack will come only after justice is served. in less than an hour we expect a briefing from the fbi and hopefully new details on whoever did this. agencies were trying to track down two men who were near the finish line using images that haven't been released to the public. a source who receives regular intelligence briefings on the investigation now tells cnn that those men are no longer of high interest. i'm joined now by cnn national correspondent deborah furyk. i guess we know why the i
%. a little blip after tucson. but that is why the president is trying to remind people of newtown, because that is the only thing that can generate a level of public support. >> dealing with background hunters are sending e- mails saying we are not going to hunt in your state. we are going to boycott your state. you will never convince them that the federal government is not out to take their guns. >> i doubt that will make a serious dent in the sporting world of colorado. if you really think that citizens of this country can beat the united states army of the comes to that, come on. >> one thing about all of this is that it stirs up statistics you did not know, at least i did not know. of the 30,000 gun deaths in the united states, a a 20,000 are suicides. people are using guns to kill themselves. australia, when they took away guns, the big change was in suicides. also of your homicides. the bank in cyprus reopen this week after being shut down whilearly two weeks bankers negotiated a bailout the agreement. 4000 people marched through this -- marched through the streets package.t the bai
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outside of tucson. quite a storm system that's exiting the west. that's a look at your national e cold air on the backside of our storm. >>> looks like we're going to get some rain in the next 48 hours in the northwest, but nothing like this storm that just blew through. >> 80s or 90s coming up for the northeast? >> it's going to be 80 today in new york city. >> holy smoly. >>> coming up, sequester cuts could affect the fight against terror. a man is arrested carrying a bb gun near president obama. >>> plus, a dramatic rescue of a driver and a big rig dangling from a bridge. we've got that. "early today" is back in two. >>> "early today" is brought to you by advil. make the switch to advil now. >>> welcome back to "early today." here are some stories making news. a connecticut man will appear in court today after being arrested for carrying a bb gun near president obama's motorcade. the president was at the university of hartford on monday to rally support for his gun reform proposals. >>> it seems that beyonce and jay-z's trip to cuba was in fact sanctioned by the treasury department as c
. the problem is the crazy people who get the guns. >> and how fast they can get them. >> the tucson shooter, everybody who knew him spoke about him as a that was out of control, and one of his classmates said that she sat in class near the door, holding her handbag, thinking he might shoot people in the room, and she would go on to escape. under our laws, until he shot people, you could not taken into custody. >> this was the guy that shot gabby giffords. thehis week we learned shooter in aurora, his psychiatrist reported him as dangerous and they have moved to take away his school pass. >> at what point do you get involved in the doctor patient relationship? >> i used to be a psychiatrist. if i had information that he was a danger to himself or others, i not only had the right, but the duty to make sure that it was reported. that is the exception to the sanctity of that relationship. >> unless you are australian and have an assault weapons ban where they really go out of their way to take them back -- it will not work. mostly this is something that allows people to moralize and wring their
as the number one city for pet friendly hotels, and dog parts and portland and tucson were two and three and san francisco was ten. the only california city on the list was san francisco. >> part of the great highway is still shut down today as work crews try to clear the sand dumped on the road by highway winds. crews cleared tons of sand between skyline and near the zoo but the great highway remains closed today and one section after 75-mile-per-hour winds triggered a sandstorm on monday. >> calm now, though, right? the morning did not feel the winds and now we feel the warmth. >> without the winds do bring us the free air conditioning of the ocean it gets warm quick. from mount tamalpais to ocean beach the water temperatures in the low 50's but the air temperature could get into the 60's today. nice place to stay or nice play to get away from the heat if you don't like the mid-70's in downtown san francisco. that is what we are getting close to right now. live doppler 7 hd shows high pressure, a lack of clouds, it is dry right now. you need an umbrella to shade yourself from the strong sunshi
son in the tucson shooting that wounded congresswoman gabrielle giffords. >> think about protection of our children and grandchildren as much as the convenience of gun owners. >> reporter: the senate plans to start debate on gun legislation thursday. some gop lawmakers have threatened to filibuster. >> i've declared my intention to resist a vote on any new restrictions that would serve primarily to limit the freedoms of law abiding citizens. >> reporter: the nra released its criticism of the background check compromising saying it will not prevent shootings. >> the senators' compromise could appeal to other conservative lawmakers. >>> tens of thousands rallied across the country, including in san jose hoping congress will now turn its attention to immigration reform. the national day of action comes as lawmakers are close to finalidesing a bill that -- finalizing a bill that provides among other things a path of legal citizenship. the senate authorities may have the language worked out by the end of the week. >>> checking other bay area headlines tonight, san leandro police are rele
of california chilly but you're actually looking okay today. that's your nationalagain. tucson, that's more like it, 82. >>> weekend forecast coming up. >> thank you, bill. >> not bad. >> not bad is good. we like that. >>> a bizarre twist in the texas college stabbing case. >>> plus, the sun produces the biggest solar flare of the year. we'll tell you what effect it had on earth. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. here are some other stories we're watching. new numbers on same sex marriage from the latest nbc news "wall street journal" poll. 53% of americans now support same-sex marriage while 42% oppose it. the new information comes as delaware lawmakers introduced a bill thursday to legalize same-sex marriage in that state. delaware already recognizes civil unions. >>> jay-z has released a new track addressing his trip to cuba with wife beyonce. ♪ >> the white house says the lyrics around accurate and that it was, in fact, the treasury department, not president obama, who cleared the trip. >>> new and gruesome details on the suspect in tuesday's stabbing spree at a texas colleg
border security. mark potter, nbc news, tucson, arizona. >>> when we come back, an intriguing look at the north korea we haven't seen. >>> for weeks now, the united states and the world had been preoccupied with tte words and images coming from north korea and inuts tested new leader. tonight we have a chance to see a different viewan nsome o p th to the woo ap photographer in to the country. nbc's ian williamses that story for ustonight. >> reporter: in spite of all the blood curdling rhetoric, life in north korea goes on as normal, or what passes as normal in this isolated state. instead of preparing for the nuclear war promised by its leader pyongyang is taking a holiday, culminating in the celebration monday of the birthday of the nation's founder, kim il-sung these striking images of the latest work of david gutenfelder, the chief asia photographer. >> one of the most powerful thing to do is take a picked of everyday people. >> reporter: there is enormous power in the mundane ordinary life in the militarized society, caught almost in a time warp. from the schoolchildren, broom
what psychotic people like the tucson shooter, the guy in aurora would do and the fact that they are out -- >> i would argue that it is not beindriv by emotion, but by cultural shift. i think the american people are ready to do something. there is support for the cultural shift. why not legislated? >> moreover, i do not think it is a matter of focusing on the mass shootings and people who are psychotic. a lot of people have been victimized by gun violence who are not psychotic shooters -- >> guns in the house. kids kill themselves. >> this may not be a way to enact laws, but this is from the behind the curtain column. "they just tell their heartbreaking stories with a demand for action that is respectful, but forceful. many of them can get a meeting with any senator they want, whenever they want." >> they are taking their problems directly to the people -- >> have we ever seen one disaffected this quickly? this effective this quickly? one was the last time you saw members respond emotionally like this? >> when i was on the hill, i remember the right-to-life movement at
in tucson, arizona. >>> so again, while those central and eastern halves of the country are really seeing pretty nasty weather, the west coast is nice today. >> nothing plain about the plains right now, right? >> not at all. good point. >> thanks, dylan. appreciate that. >>> turning back to the investigation into the bombings in boston. former fbi analyst clint van zandt. good morning to you and thanks for being with us. we have you on camera which is fantastic. what do you make of the bomb part? we're getting some of those pictures right now. very simple things. the pressure cooker and other items. does it tell us whether it's domestic or foreign in origination at all? >> well, it changes our viewpoint, i think, richard. initially when these devices were described as small ieds, i think a lot of us thought as pipe bombs which very much have a domestic flair to it. now when we hear about these pressure cooker bombs, number one, we know that they've been used internationally, places like afghanistan and pakistan for 50 years. we know that one went off in india two months ago and killed and
checks unthinkable. today being heard or consoled was not enough for patricia. tucson shooting survivor who shouted at senators, "shame on you." >> shame on you! >> order in the senate. >> they have no compassion. >> reporter: some newtown families held more private meetings. no media coverage. republican senator mark kirk's staff took these pictures. the latest nbc maris poll shows nearly 9 of 10 surveyed want tighter restrictions on gun sales. four republicans voted yes to extend background checks to commercial sales at gun shows and the internet. >> expanded background checks would not have prevented newtown. >> reporter: conservative opposition was strong. >> this is the first step in the erosion of our rights under the second amendment. >> we are trying to take it to the violent criminal. rather than taking it to the innocent second amendment law abiding citizen. >> reporter: usually a vice president arrives to preside over a winning vote. biden was here to witness its defeat. >> the amendment is not agreed to. >> reporter: four democrats from red states with high gun ownership als
, tucson shooting survivor who shouted at senators -- shame on you. >> shame on you! >> there will be order in the senate. >> reporter: some newtown families had held more private meetings, no media coverage. republican senator mark kirk's staff took these pictures. the latest nbc/maris poll shows nine out of ten surveyed want tighter restrictions on gun sales. four republicans voted yes to extend background checks to commercial sales at gun shows and internet. >> expanded background checks would not have prevented newtown. >> reporter: conservative opposition was strong. >> this is the first step of erosion of our rights under the second amendment. >> we're trying to take to it the violent criminal than the innocent law biding second amendment citizen. >> reporter: usually a vice president arrives to preside over a winning vote, but biden was here to witness its defeat. >> the amendment is not agreed to. >> reporter: four democrats with high gun ownership also voted no. >> that's nbc's kelly o'donnell reporting. there's a new twist in the case of two assassinated public officials in texas.
't worked. portland, tucson, arizona, madison, wisconsin, you saw programs that fail because of bike thefts. the city of washington, d.c., you saw that city's first bike sharing program fell because of low rider ship. if you look at cities like toronto, and alberta canada, melbourne and brisbane, australia, there's lots of reasons why bike sharing programs have failed. so, i want to ask you, what do you think are the top reasons programs have failed and what sort of things are we doing to make sure that we succeed here in san francisco? i know you thought this through, but it's a question that comes up often from the public and i want to understand what we're doing in that regard. >> well, historically i think the first, second generation systems, there was no system of accountability for the bikes and the users. the first systems relied upon good will. the second with youedxctionv relied upon good will plus a library card kind of thing. ~ ones these new third and fourth generation systems here in san francisco will use high tech, cellular and radio frequency technologies to ensure that we
occurred in oro valley, arizona, north of tucson. this is a car wash. the guy is trying to pry open the machine where you put in cash, coins or credit cards. >> as he struggled for ten minute, i gets help. >> his buddy moves in. $12,000 worth of damage to this machine. how much did they get away with in. >> hundred bucks. >> 50. >> they only pay a few quarters to wash their car. how much could that hold even if it was full. >> 50 bucks? do you even celebrate that? you got to take it to coin star and they take 15% so you made $42 or something. >>> basketball trick shots all over the web. but this one is from anctual game. let's go to french basketball. the white team the zone with about six seconds left. this dude puts up a shot. nope, no good. this guy, nope, no good. watch number 15. went up and over the backboard. >> yeah. if you look at it again in slow motion, goes up and over the backboard. of course, something you can't practice. dude nailed it, sixth shot. i like this dude at the end. a fan of the team. gets in the camera's view. shows off the jersey. >> skill or luck? >> i'm
of the united states, barack obama, and as he has done before in fort hood, in tucson, arizona, in aurora, colorado, most recently in newtown, connecticut, coming to a community after a horrific event trying to bring comfort to those who are affected by that. an interfaith service honoring the victims of this past monday's terror attack at the boston marathon taking place at the city's that three drag of the holy cross. as we hear the closing prayer from cardinal sean o'malley of boston, local clergy including the cardinal, but local clergy from all major religions offering words of prayer and comfort and strength. the president offering a moving tribute to a city and its people saying that the spirit of boston, the spirit of the united states is undaunted and undimmed. he said that all americans stand with boston and that the people of boston will run again. he said bet on it, there will be a boston marathon next year. and the president said that whoever was responsible for the terror attack picked the wrong city to try and intimidate, that line towards the end of his remarks getting a s
will be dedicated to gabe zimmerman, congressional aid who died in january 2011 shooting took place many tucson, arizona. gabrielle giffords was also shot in the attack and expected to attend along with her husband, mark kelly. after showing off moves last night, you may have a feeling colby jones is going to survive. he had to keep up with the professional dance couples. it was a danceoff, so to speak. once the couple exited the routine, jones ripped off his jacket, underneath, sporting ravens purple suspenders, jones wowed the judges but this week, they had a little something to say about his foot work. jones had something to say back about . >> great timing, very, very sharp. just one thing, point your feet on the kicks and flicks. >> a little bit flat footed. >> you will never get a nine off me off those feet. >> i love you so much. with big feet. >> the judges gave jones 26 out of 30. that was the third highest score of the night. kelly swoop was in the ballroom during the performance. she got their thoughts on what appears to be a narrowing competition. >> it's tight. you got to step up.
, the victim's of tucson, colorado, virginia tech -- they deserve a vote. the likelihood of a boat has been increased by the leadership of my colleagues. umy tor schumer, mansion, to m will work hard to bring us to a constructive turning point in this process. ourkt to than leader, senator harry reid, for his determination and resolve. on the morning parents throughout connecticut and new town in sandy hook brought their children to school. and sandyhook brought their children to school. holiday parties, christmas, and konica trees. songs and poems. those where the memories. the future's they brought with them. just hours later, i was at sandy as 20 families of those children emerged from a firehouse, and i will never forget the cries of pain and grief that i saw on that day. i went there as a public official, because i felt a responsibility to be there. but what i saw was through the eyes of the parent as all america did on that day. i solve the families also of six heroic educators who perished trying to save their children. changeights and sounds america. we are different today than we w
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